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Visiting Professor Explores Labor, Race and Catholicism

Visiting Professor Explores Labor, Race and Catholicism

January 23, 2020

On Jan. 14, Patrick McGrath visited Seattle University from Hong Kong University to share a lecture entitled “Laboring Toward...

Commuter Link Hosts Appreciation Event for Students

Commuter Link Hosts Appreciation Event for Students

January 23, 2020

The Commuter Link is a space meant for commuter students and offers amenities such as a kitchenette, snack bar, printers and a...

OMA Event Highlights Gentrification and Redlining in Seattle

OMA Event Highlights Gentrification and Redlining in Seattle

January 23, 2020

Seattle University is promoted in many ways, being in the middle of multiple well-known Seattle neighborhoods. Whether it be Capitol...

Mot Mot Expansion Brings Coffee From Vietnam to Seattle

Mot Mot Expansion Brings Coffee From Vietnam to Seattle

January 23, 2020

Tâm is a Vietnamese word that means center or heart, according to Sam Henry, a business Administration major who graduated in...

Strategic Plan Presented: Possibility of Semesters, Event Center

Strategic Plan Presented: Possibility of Semesters, Event Center

January 23, 2020

The Strategic Planning Committee presented an overview of their Strategic Directions proposition for the university to ...

Father Sundborg Starts New Office Hours to Increase Student Access

Father Sundborg Starts New Office Hours to Increase Student Access

January 23, 2020

After a wave of student protests due to the removal of Planned Parenthood as a resource from the Seattle University Arts & Sciences website, Fr. Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J., has implemente...

Seattle Can Have a Little Snow, as a Treat

Seattle Can Have a Little Snow, as a Treat

January 17, 2020

Last academic year, February was the snowiest month Seattle has seen in the last 50 years. According to the KomoNews forec...

Parking Fares Rise as University Updates System

Parking Fares Rise as University Updates System

January 17, 2020

Parking in Seattle can be a hassle, but with a new system with the goal of updating the parking registration on campus, it just...

The Cave Reopens After Delayed Renovations

The Cave Reopens After Delayed Renovations

January 17, 2020

Closed since the beginning of summer 2019, The Cave has officially reopened its old space for winter quarter. Located in the...

A New Decade; Forming Achievable Resolutions

A New Decade; Forming Achievable Resolutions

January 16, 2020

Every year, the dogs, cats, squirrels and birds go to sleep on New Year’s Eve and wake up the next morning on New Year’s Day, seemingly oblivious to why everyone is suddenly on a self-improvement kick. T...

Course Pack Price Increase at Bookstore

Course Pack Price Increase at Bookstore

January 16, 2020

The beginning of the quarter saw a change in the way that students get materials for their classes: the bookstore is now selling co...

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